Who is a Scientist?

“A scientist is the one who experiments and believes results but not the Dogma” This Galilean words, according the rumour, lie in the fundament of the modern science.


Therefore in the introduction of each textbook about physics is written in different interpretations that physics is experimental science.


Actually each kind of modern science is based on the so called “controllable experiment”. “Controllable Experiment” means that scientist leads an experiment under a condition that he can control, and every time the controlled conditions are reproduced the same result should be received.

There is a famous phrase: "Its majesty the Experiment".


In his famous FeynmanLecturesonPhysics Richard Feynman, Nobel Prize winner is more direct: (see page 1-1, volume 1)


The principle of science, the definition, almost, is the following: The test ofallknowledge is experiment. Experiment is the sole judge of scientific "truth."But what is the source of knowledge? Where do the laws that are to be testedcome from? Experiment, itself, helps to produce these laws, in the sense that itgives us hints.



There have much wisdom on the picture presenting the trial of Galileo. The guys dressed in red have been scientists too. They could find evidence in the experiment by looking through the telescope. But they have known that this was not necessary because all the evidences was in the Bible. Same like them to many modern scientists that do need to experiment even they do not need to observe experiments – they just prefer to turn aside their heads simply knowing that reactionless motion is not possible. Is it the right solution?


In fact today the place of the guys in red occupied it by modern kind of “scientific” and patent bureaucracy differing from their predecessors by two quotes only:

a/ The they serve is not the Bible but the “well established natural laws”.

b/ The modern bureaucracy is not dressed in red.


Why this must be reminded four centuries after?

The good news is that AT YET IT MOVES
First they ignore you ...            
Then they laugh at you ...         
Then they faight you ...            
Then you win.                           
Mahatma Gandhi       
When you're one step ahead of the crowd you're a genius.                     
When you're two steps ahead, you're a crackpot.                                   
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin                  
 (therefore) To be a genius 
  go two steps ahead of the crowd 
but then pull it forward to stand a step behind you.
Bojidar Djordjev   
Science is a supported by community dogmatic formation                                               
intended to develop further the breakthrough ideas of the outsiders                              
they both can't ignore and overcome.                                                                              
Bojidar Djordjev                                     

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